* These Businesses: (1) Have an employee workforce for which they submit payroll remittances to CRA; or (2) Have a minimum of $30,000 in annual revenue; or (3) Are incorporated under a federal or provincial act and have filed a federal corporate income tax form within the past three years. Sources: Community Data Consortium; Statistics Canada Business Register December 2017
Building a Community Outside the Ordinary: A Business Platform
The Peterborough Chamber of Commerce has released the ‘Building a Community Outside the Ordinary’ platform for the upcoming municipal election. The platform outlines three pillars of a strong, resilient community and includes ten recommended actions that are needed to support the development of opportunities for everyone in the City and County of Peterborough.
The “Building a Community Outside the Ordinary” platform has been developed through consultation with Chamber member businesses who identified several factors that are limiting our ability to provide opportunity for our citizens. To become a city and county for everyone, we need our candidates and the next council to support a “culture of forward and full circle thinking”.
10 Recommendations for Action
Strengthening Peterborough's Competitiveness, Economic Growth & Job Creation
Building Whole Communities
Business Issues Election Survey: What Our Members Are Saying
The Peterborough Chamber of Commerce recently conducted a survey of its members asking them what their top 2 priorities for the municipal elections. Below is an overview of what issues were top of mind:
The Peterborough Chamber of Commerce represents around 900 businesses in the city and county of Peterborough. These businesses not only employ approximately 25,000 people, but also contribute to the tax base and numerous community events. Ensuring a competitive business climate for established, start-up, and potential businesses is key to fostering a vibrant community."
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